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of life that professionals find attractive. >> reporter: this say sneak peek at technology being developed right now by the global software center. >> as you see what's happening your gestures and movements are seen by the computer and there was a movie called minority report, this is -- this is taking that and building it for real. >> reporter: looks fun but they hope the technology will help doctors and mechanics. little more than 200 work here but ge is building space for another 200 by the end of the year. opportunities in marketing, finance, hr and many experienced engineers. >> these are high end jobs. those jobs coming will will impact. this is stitched together from 80 photographs. >> reporter: the mayor sees it as a renaissance along with chevron and at&t having them here will bring the town closer to its dream of a real downtown. >> it's a critical mass of well trained, educated professionals and it's starting to attract other people want this be a part. >> reporter: he thinks more families will decide to live here and for the people who do. >> getting home early, going to th
. how far the technology has come and where it may be going. >>> comcast is cutting the cable on roughly 800 bay area jobs and closing all three of its call centers here in california. ktvu's jana katsuyama tells us why comcast has decided to move those jobs out of state. >> comcast workers learned about the cuts this morning. the company announced it will close their three the call centers in the next year. the total impacts more than 1,000 california employees. from front line customer service agents and tech support up to managers. and for many workers the closures came as a shock. >> i just think it's really unexpected and really terrible that they did this especially before the holidays. because we have families and they did all these training classes. >> reporter: comcast plans to move the jobs out of state. the reason -- >> because the high cost of doing business in california makes it hard for us to run these call centers. >> reporter: comcast plans to maintain other operations here. livermore says they are prepared to help the laid off workers. >> it's unfortunate but we want to
at the continental's of omega's boys and girls club which hoped to use the technology. >> we are all fighting to have have -- to do the best we can. >> reporter: school officials say they plan to use computers from other classrooms. >>> governor brown has given the green light to reform red light cameras. says uniform standards and makes it easier for drivers to challenge tickets. drivers identified by mistake won't have to snitch on a guilty driver. the bill was authored by joe submity. >>> mitt romney is predicting a come from behind victory in pennsylvania. >> i've got a secret and that obama campaign thinks that pennsylvania is in their pocket, they don't have to worry about it and you're right and they are wrong. >> reporter: recent polls in pennsylvania show romney trailing by more than 10 points in some polls. the nominee blasted president obama. tonight the president was in washington speaking about the economy. >> the question right now is whose plan is going to keep us moving forward. you guys are a little biased. >> all of this comes as the university of denver is getting ready for the fir
of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. today, we're forty-seventhbrid. out of fifty in per-pupil funding. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >>> today's hot dry weather helped fuel a fast moving fire that destroyed three homes in sonoma county. it started late this afternoon right next to highway 116. not far from stoney point road and highway 101 near catady. ken wayne is there tonight and tells us there was a massive response from firefighters. >> reporter: firefighters are still on the scene mopping up making sure there are no hot spots. everyone though three homes were destroyed. firefighters say this could have been mu
traffic control technology called era m. the test reversed the usual traffic flow at the airport. it's all part of a program called nexgen which is moving traffic control from a radar system to satellite. nexgen is supposed to increase fuel efficiency for airlines. >>> meanwhile at san francisco airport there were a few delays for travelers this weekend. this is the third and final weekend that crews will be installing new runway lights and safety systems. the airport tells us the closure cost 30 to 60 minute delays own a few regional flights today. air traffic should be back to normal by 8:00 a.m. monday. >>> an intention fire fight in san jose at a massive abandoned warehouse. the family forced to evacuate and the damage done to their home by the heat. >> it's a big week ahead for the u.s. supreme court. the big issue the high court is about to take up that will directly impact california. >> and governor jerry brown makes a decision on a bill drafted in response to b.a.r.t.'s decision last year to cut cell phone reception during a protest. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chop
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